American violinist Lindsay Deutsch brings a fresh perspective to classical performances, “taking the listening experience to the next level” (The Press-Enterprise – Riverside, CA). Critics find that her performances demonstrate “fine maturity” and “a stage presence and style far beyond her  years.”
Among many others, Deutsch’s recent appearances include orchestral engagements with the Fort Worth and Clear Lake symphonies in Texas, the National Academy Orchestra and Oakville Symphony in Ontario, Canada, and numerous performances throughout her native California, including with the New West, Los Angeles Jewish, and Capistrano Valley symphonies; the California Philharmonic and the Young Musicians Debut Orchestra.
As a recitalist, Deutsch has performed for the Da Camera Society at the historic Doheny Mansion, at LA’s Gindi Auditorium and as a guest artist at the PepsiCo Recital Hall at Texas Christian University. She has also made solo appearances at Boston’s Jordan Hall, Houston’s Wortham Theatre and Theatre Aquarius in Toronto, Canada. She performed excerpts of Mark O’Connor’s Strings and Threads with both the composer and the Disney Young Musicians Symphony Orchestra at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles in 1997.
Since being invited to attend the Perlman Music Program in New York during the summer of 2003, Lindsay Deutsch has gone on to appear at the Fort Worth Symphony’s “Concerts in the Gardens” series and the Green Music Festival Chamber Series, and to debut at Walt Disney Concert Hall. She has collaborated with musicians Jeffrey Kahane, Chee-Yun, Nokuthula Ngwenyama, Alisa Weilerstein and the St. Lawrence String Quartet and has performed in master classes for Cho-Liang Lin, Ruggiero Ricci, Itzhak Perlman, Donald Weilerstein, Paul Katz, Arnold Steinhardt, Paul Kantor, Bing Wang and Joel Smirnoff.
Lindsay Deutsch has appeared as a soloist on the national radio program “From the Top,” from which her performance of Bartok’s Romanian Folk Dances with Christopher O’Riley was selected for inclusion on their “Best of” CD. Her performances have aired on many other National Public Radio and classical music stations, including WFMT in Chicago and K-Mozart in Los Angeles. Deutsch has also appeared on CNN Live and made a special appearance on the TV series “For Better or Worse.”
Lindsay Deutsch currently studies at the Conservatory of Music at the Colburn School in Los Angeles, under the instruction of Robert Lipsett. She plays a 1742 Sanctus Seraphin on generous loan from the Mandell Collection of Southern California.